Chronicling the misadventures of our minority-elect President’s alternate reality, alternative facts and the miscreants that comprise his administration so you don’t have to:
We begin today’s miscreantic misadventures of our popular vote losing president by questioning the fate of his presidency and the many reasons his tenure in the White House will be short, our Loser-in-Chief still trying to spin the blame for his popular vote loss while contradicting his ‘intelligence’ chiefs – who he’s making a habit of tossing under the bus, criminal activity from Trump’s past could come back and haunt him, our impotent leader’s credibility problem goes global, when ‘making America great again’ actually makes America worse, our fake president’s claims about fake news and fake media and much more.
IS DONALD TRUMP TOO OFFENSIVE TO BE PRESIDENT? article from Vanity Fair. –
Pondering the many reasons to impeach Trump and the fate of his presidency.
Trump Is Less Convinced About Russian Hacking Than His Intelligence Chiefs article from NPR. –
Still trying to spin the blame for losing the popular vote on everyone else.
An American President Was Greeted in Poland by the Confederate Flag article from Esquire. –
The things that need to be done to pacify America’s national embarrassment on his second foreign trip.
The president of the Red States of America article from The Week. –
Trump won’t visit the states that didn’t vote for him – for obvious reasons:
“President Trump seems to believe he is president only of something called the Red States of America.
Since taking office, Trump has conducted campaign-like rallies in Iowa, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Florida. He carried all four states in 2016, and while Iowa, Pennsylvania, and Florida are all legitimate swing states, not one could be honestly described as blue. In fact, the only reasons Trump has even set foot in truly blue states since his inauguration was for military ceremonies in Virginia, Connecticut, and Maryland, to visit his New Jersey golf resort, to give a graduation speech at hard-right Liberty University in Virginia, and to meet with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at a New York City military museum.
The idea of addressing or appealing to the wide swath of people who live in these blue states seems never to have occurred to our president. They are just golfover states to him.
There’s another striking thing about President Trump’s treks in office in comparison to the early days of Obama — he is not acting like the situation facing the country is nearly as serious as he says it is, and he is not doing much to press the agenda he and his allies claim is critical to a national turnaround. By July 2009, the indefatigable Obama had held multiple town hall meetings about health-care reform and given major addresses about his administration’s policy proposals, including on credit card reform and the stimulus bill. Whatever you think of his policies, it’s undeniable that Obama had a podcast wonk’s command of the details and obviously took them seriously. Trump has not done a single town hall. He has addressed audiences that are almost exclusively friendly by design, including the Conservative Political Action Conference and the National Rifle Association. His public remarks and tweets betray a policy knowledge wormhole large enough to steer the Starship Enterprise through…”
Trump Kicks Off G-20 Summit With Rage Tweets Referencing Russian Election Meddling article from The Huffington Post. –
Because nothing says presidential like spreading lies and fake news in your demented land of delusion…